Pioneering daytime television director Larry Auerbach, who was behind the long-running CBS soap opera “Love of Life,” died on Saturday from complications of glioblastoma in La Jolla, Calif. He was…
Love of Life
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A terminally dull piece of faith-based family-values filmmaking designed to appeal strictly to the converted.
Despite an effective Jim Caviezel, this anecdotal drama never rises above the level of lightly likable.
Aviva Jacobs, , who worked as associate director on several soap operas and sitcoms, died July 12 of cancer. She was 60 and lived in Culver City, Calif. Jacobs grew up in Skokie, Ill., devoted to…
LeBron James is arguably the best current basketball player on the planet. And that's a shame, since his career has been emblematic of practically everything that's wrong with the sport, and…
A searingly intimate character study marked by the most explosively graphic lesbian sex scenes in recent memory.
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